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I am getting a continuous beeping sound and an error code of F-7 on the Display panel. I had this problem once before and my manual told me how to solve it. I cannot locate my manual. Can you help.

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  • sallymkirn Sep 24, 2008

    In the manual I had there was a troubleshooting section which told me how to correct this problem. The manual on line did not address that. Please help.

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    mohammed marika thambi Sep 25, 2008

    I have a procedure that is supposed to indicate if the control (circuit
    board) is bad, or the key panel is bad. Instructions to make this
    determination state

    1.Push CLEAR/OFF pad

    2.Disconnect ribbon cable from control and wait at least 32 seconds to see if Code recurs.

    *If code recurs, problem is in the control. Replace control

    *If code does not recur problem is with the Key Panel

    When the F7 code cannot be cleared, the only function
    that works is the clock display - no keypad functionality - so you
    cannot turn on the oven. I have fixed this problem at least temporarily
    by turning off the breaker and removing the keypad and cleaning the
    ribbon cable contacts, put it back together, switch on the breaker and
    it works

    tech sheet gives instructions on how to read error
    codes stored in eeprom memory, that is, push timer, clock, and '9'
    together. When displayed push '8' and '6' to clear (hold them until it
    clears).







  • mohammed marika thambi
    mohammed marika thambi Sep 25, 2008

    always turn off the circuit breaker first.

    Open the oven door (if you have a double oven, it should be the upper
    one) and remove three screws (on some models just two on corners) from
    the bottom of the control panel. If the control panel on your oven is
    made of stainless steel, then you have to pull the oven out of the
    cabinet for about 2′ to 3′ to get better access. Pull the control panel
    forward and up to remove the tabs on the top of the frame, out of the
    holes in the end caps. Pull the control panel out and turn it about 90°
    toward yourself (the face of the control panel down). Unplug the
    control panel ribbon from the ERC. Remove four screws holding the ERC
    to the control panel. On some models you also have to remove the screw
    which attaches the ground wire to the control panel. Let the ERC hang
    on its wires, remove the old control panel and replace it with the new
    one. On some models before you do it, you have to remove the end caps
    and the bottom shield from the old control panel and install them on
    the new one. Do not forget to plug the new control panel ribbon into
    the ERS slot. Attach the new control panel to the oven and turn the
    circuit breaker on.

  • mohammed marika thambi
    mohammed marika thambi Sep 25, 2008

    always turn off the circuit breaker first.

    Open the oven door (if you have a double oven, it should be the upper
    one) and remove three screws (on some models just two on corners) from
    the bottom of the control panel. If the control panel on your oven is
    made of stainless steel, then you have to pull the oven out of the
    cabinet for about 2′ to 3′ to get better access. Pull the control panel
    forward and up to remove the tabs on the top of the frame, out of the
    holes in the end caps. Pull the control panel out and turn it about 90°
    toward yourself (the face of the control panel down). Unplug the
    control panel ribbon from the ERC. Remove four screws holding the ERC
    to the control panel. On some models you also have to remove the screw
    which attaches the ground wire to the control panel. Let the ERC hang
    on its wires, remove the old control panel and replace it with the new
    one. On some models before you do it, you have to remove the end caps
    and the bottom shield from the old control panel and install them on
    the new one. Do not forget to plug the new control panel ribbon into
    the ERS slot. Attach the new control panel to the oven and turn the
    circuit breaker on.

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